College of Law
With the significant resources of a major research university, the expertise of world-renowned faculty members, and a variety of special program opportunities, the College of Law consistently ranks among the top law schools in the country and among the top 10 public law schools.
Backed by the prestigious reputation of the University of Illinois, the College of Law resides on the University's flagship Urbana-Champaign campus. Established in 1897, the College was a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools, and was home of the founding chapter of the law honor society now known as the Order of the Coif. The College has specialized expertise in the areas of business and commercial law, employment law, environmental law, intellectual property law, international and comparative law, public interest law, and taxation law.
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(2000)Therefore, this dissertation is an insider's observation and a legislative history of the Rome Statute. However, the views appearing in this dissertation are not those of the Korean Government, but solely those of the ...
The Interface Between Contractual Liberty of Enterprises and Enforced Sharing on Essential Facilities (2009)With this understanding, this dissertation focuses on the extent to which Korean use of the essential facility doctrine can benefit from knowing how other jurisdictions have thought about and applied the doctrine. In order ...
(2009)Dispute resolution procedures that use Information Communication Technology (ICT) are generally referred to as "Online Dispute Resolution" or "ODR." International Commercial Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR) claims to ...
(2009)Researchers have made different attempts to investigate the interaction between the quality and efficiency of a country's institutions and a country's economic performance. Within this framework, emphasis has been put on ...
Law Market Forces Underlying International Jurisdictional Competition: The Case of Taiwan's Regulatory Evolution on Outward Investment in Mainland China, 1997--2008 (2010)This dissertation seeks to explore how basic law market demand and supply forces (or underlying exit and voice rights), interplaying under international jurisdictional competition among global legal centers, shape regulations ...